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Where is BIOS 1902 for Rampage V Edition 10 ?

linxeye
Level 8
Where is the 1902 BIOS for X99 Rampage V Edition 10 motherboard ? Asus lists this motherboard as benefiting a BIOS update for Spectre/Meltdown as of january 2018 : https://www.asus.com/News/V5urzYAT6myCC1o2. Still we're end of April and I can't find that BIOS 1902... What's up with that ?
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EaglePC
Level 10
great
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EaglePC
Level 10
as my recent post was great until let me explain stay far away from this bios after i took the NVMe drive out and put it back in bios no longer seen it hours and hours scratching my head i downgraded back to 1801 all good again bios did see it and windows 10 booted

reason i took the NVMe drive out so i can put in the motherboard screw that was missing
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kamtec1
Level 7
Using it couple of hours - seems stable for me and spectre/meldown free 🙂
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Brockmonster
Level 8
Flashed bios to 1902 with no issue, seems to be very stable
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Brockmonster wrote:
Flashed bios to 1902 with no issue, seems to be very stable


I have been using it since the update came out. Stability has been great and some of my voltages actually went down.

EaglePC
Level 10
yes great beta bios i can see it won't go final it has been 4 months now lol
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Vlada011
Level 10
Damn I forgot to check InSpectre Check before I Flashback BIOS to 1902.
I was under influence of positive comments about 1902 BIOS and protection and decide to done ASUS Flashback and now I got message that they are protected

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What you think with BIOS 1801... Spectre and Meltodown would be Vulnerable.
I didn't done nothing else.

Only flash with 1902 BIOS.
Windows is 1809 with all Updates, Chipset driver is last from ASUS Site for RVE10.
Why I didn't checked before flash???
No way to back on 1801 because of that only.

Are you sure that 1902 BETA fixed.

ITS LITTLE BAD FEELING TO KEEP PLATFORM WITH BETA BIOS, NO MATTER HOW WORK.
BETTER OFFICIAL VERSION.